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Draped in Legacy

And interestingly, it had been like that, in some way, in our history too. Bengal had held superiority in textile goods since olden times. The legacy of our textile industry is something to be proud

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The mechho Bangali in us

“I will gladly trade you my fishing net for your city life,” Johnny, my cousin who lived in our ancestral home in Khitirpara, Bikrampur used to say. But for me - being an urbanite - the rural

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Bangladesh in Frames

The seventh annual photography exhibition of 'Through the Lens: Bangladesh' (TTL BD), named 'Bangladesh in Frames 7', took place from 26 March to 30 March, 2015.

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LOOKING BACK TO MOVE AHEAD

Chompa, a domestic worker is 18 years old. She dropped out of school in class six to provide for her family of seven. Her knowledge of the war is limited but she is adamant about the guilt of the war criminals.

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Judgemental relatives

Let’s face this big fat beautiful truth. Everyone has a bunch of long lost relatives who always judge you maybe ten times more than the English teacher back in school - the one who always marked your essays based on your unruly behaviour in class.

Rose

You will find several kinds of roses in local nurseries. Rose plants can be bought in bare root form, which are often planted in small poly bags filled with fertile soil. These can be directly

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